thecrazyppl

a 'noT sO greAt' m!nD @ woRk..

happy independence day..

Three things in my mind:

First, I was in Junagadh on 13th, 14th and 15th August. Our chief minister Mr. Narendra ModiĀ  was to arrive there for some inauguration purpose and flag hoisting on the Independence Day. And it was, well not surprising but pity to see the entirely changed picture of Junagadh. Roads built, no garbage- clean and green Junagadh, lightings decorating many govt. buildings and roads, all this accompanied by beautiful fireworks. In short Junagadh had become a city which one would start loving.

Second, there is no trace of rains and people are hit by somewhat partial, if not full-fledged draught. Prices are sky high and people are finding it hard to make both ends meet, fulfill the basic necessities, let alone luxuries.

Third, I am not an anti-Modi protagonist criticizing his every move. In fact, I am a big fan and follower of that person. But, was all this grandeur and pomp necessary?? The city is going to go its old way again, garbage accumulating, roads(too strong to survive a single rain) falling apart and all such things that we are generally used to.

The people of Junagadh got their city made beautiful for Independence Day. But was the expenditure worth it, the money, the manpower could have had some much better utilization.

Anyways, better something than nothing..

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY

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